Peaches has announced her first-ever solo art exhibition. It’s called Whose Jizz Is This? and it’s set to run at the Kunstverein, one of the oldest art associations in Hamburg, Germany. The installation will run from August 10 to October 20.
A combination of performance and visual art that is set to display “an amplified way of looking at and understanding Peaches‘ universe and the critical thought that informs her work,” Whose Jizz Is This? is a multi-disciplinary piece that sees Peaches employ set design, animatronics, and latex sculpture in addition to music and video.
“At the heart of this presentation are the ‘Fleshies,’ who have renamed themselves as such to rewrite their narrative,” states a press release. “The double masturbator, silicone sex aid, reduces the body to holes in a passive state. Rejecting this, the Fleshies discard words like sex toys and Masturbators to break away from humans and human interactions in a quest to find sexual equality amongst themselves. As they work to become a satisfied, self sufficient community, Fleshies decentralise a destructive and narcissistic human world and start a revolution.”
International exhibition dates for Whose Jizz Is This? will be announced in the weeks to come.
In addition to the exhibition, Peaches is staging a performance titled “There’s Only One Peach With the Hole in the Middle” at Kampnagel in Hamburg from August 15-17. The show is set to feature “13 musicians, 10 performers and guests such as New York drag rapper Christeene and London-based aerial performer Empress Stah.” Following the Hamburg dates, “There’s Only One Peach With the Hole in the Middle” will be performed in London, Aarhus, and Berlin.
Peaches’ most recent album Rub was released in 2015.
Originally Appeared on Pitchfork